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Martin Brandsma

1972, Wolvega

Exhibitions:

2022 Hangwerk / Martin Brandsma,Jan van der Til / Nuweland Gallery, Buren 31, 8536 TH Oosterzee > 

2020-2021 Boek XXXIX / with Jan van der Til / Facebook and Instagram / 2020-2021

2019 No Todo ~ Niet Alles, An exhibition in an archival box / curator: Inez Piso / with Annesas Appel, Ricardo Cardenas, Jimena Cruseri, Enric Farres Duran, Sibylle Eimermacher/Martin Brandsma, Jordi Ferreiro, Annet Frontzek, Ton Martens, Vibeke Mascini, Eva Parra, Martin La Roche, Rosa Sijben, Peter Spaans, Berkay Tuncay, Omar Vega Macotela, Robin Waart, Ulises Books Philadelphia, Mariken Wessels, Peter Vermeulen / Johan Deumens Archive, Westerdok 782, 1013 BV Amsterdam >

2018 Het Boek der Natuur / curator: Henk Woudsma / with Frans Baake, Sjoerd Buisman, Marinus van Dijke, Sibylle Eimermacher, Ingeborg Entrop, Hamish Fulton, Anne Geene, Hetty Huisman, Richard Long, Vibeke Mascini, Antoinette Nausikaa, Jan van der Til, David Tremlett, Hans de Vries, herman de vries, Hans Waanders, Luuk Wilmering / Week van het kunstenaarsboek (WKB18) ARTisBOOK en CBK, Trompsingel 27a, 9724 DA Groningen >

2018 B is for bird / curator: Hanne Hagenaars / with Daniëlle van Ark, Anne van As, Pieter Bijwaard, Mar­tin Brands­ma, Johan Claassen, Lisa Couwen­bergh, Driessens & Ver­stap­pen, Daan van Gold­en, Dolf Henkes, David Jablonows­ki, Mar­ti­jn de Jonge, Wouter Klein Vel­der­man, Paul Kooik­er, Eva Kot’átková, Anaïs López, Chaim van Luit, Kevin Simón Mancera, José María Sicil­ia, Clau­dia Sola, Mir­jam Somers, Dieuwke Spaans, S. H. W. van Trigt, Julie van der Vaart, Emo Verk­erk, Mir­jana Vrbas­ki, Johan Mar­i­nus de Vries, Noze­man en Chris­ti­aan Sepp / Museum Kranenburgh, Hoflaan 26, 1861 CR Bergen >

2018 Archives of absence, archives of presence / with Sibylle Eimermacher / Deel 1: Galerie Block C, Deel 2: Galerie Block C, Westerhavenstraat 14a, 9718 AK Groningen, Deel 3: WKB18 and CBK, Trompsingel 27a, 9724 DA Groningen >

2017 Speelveld / with Sibylle Eimermacher / Museum Arnhem, Utrechtseweg 87, 6812 AA Arnhem

2017 Bird after Bird / curator: Veronika Sekules / with Suky Best, Patrick Haines, Jane Ivimey, Milo Newman, Nessie Stonebridge / GroundWork Gallery, 17 Purfleet St, King’s Lynn PE30 1ER, Verenigd Koninkrijk

2017 Künstlerbücher für Alles – Artists’ Books for Everything / Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen, Museum für Moderne Kunst Weserburg, Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen, Duitsland

2017 Handleiding voor fixaties / Kunstruimte Galerie Block C, Westerhavenstraat 14a, 9718 AK Groningen >

2017 Sessie #5: Botanische verkenningen / with Sibylle Eimermacher / Kunstruimte Hiemstra, Oosterwoldseweg 17, 8421 RR Oldeberkoop >

2017 Sessie #4: (Ver)handeling / with Sibylle Eimermacher / Kunstruimte Hiemstra, Oosterwoldseweg 17, 8421 RR Oldeberkoop >

2017 Sessie #3: Opstelling / with Sibylle Eimermacher, Kunstruimte Hiemstra, Oosterwoldseweg 17, 8421 RR Oldeberkoop >

2017 Sessie #2: Waarom en Wie / Kunstruimte Hiemstra, Oosterwoldseweg 17, 8421 RR Oldeberkoop >

2016 Sessie #1: Speelveld / with Sibylle Eimermacher / Kunstruimte Hiemstra, Oosterwoldseweg 17, 8421 RR Oldeberkoop >

2015 Sequence 1 – Dutch artist’s books in an international context / curators: Barthold Boksem, Rein Jelle Terpstra and Henk Woudsma / with Abramovic & Ulay, Bas Jan Ader, John Baldessari, Lothar Baumgarten, Melanie Bonajo, Marcel Broodthaers, Hans Eijkelboom, Michael Gibbs, Tim Hollander, Sol LeWitt, Mark Manders, Ed Ruscha, Seth Siegelaub, Elisabeth Tonnard, Hans de Vries, Hans Waanders, Lawrence Weiner, Luuk Wilmering and 44 other artists / Information: Sequence_1_Dutch_Artists_Books 2015.pdf / Groninger Museum and Academy Minerva for Fine Arts & Design, Praediniussingel 59, 9711 AG Groningen >

2014 Repetition as an ongoing state of change / Reframing extant material / curator: Johan Deumens / with Laurence Aëgerter, Annesas Appel, John McDowell, Anne Geene, Information as Material, Walid Raad, Kees Visser, Sharon Kivland, Simone Mudde & Olivier van Breugel, Salvo, Andrea Stultiens, Sander Uitdehaag, Robin Waart, Luuk Wilmering, Witho Worms / De Drie Heuvelen, Herengracht 48, 1015 BR Amsterdam >

2014 De wereld in maten / curator: Johan Deumens / With Annesas Appel, Frans Baake, Jennifer Butler/Irma Boom, Anett Frontzek, Paul Heimbach, Lisa Vlamings, Hans Waanders, Alicja Webachowska, Luuk Wilmering / Johan Deumens Gallery, Gabriel Metsustraat 8, 1071 EA Amsterdam

2014 Muotka / Sign, Winschoterkade 10, 9711 EA Groningen >

2014 Encounters / curators: Pieter en Marieke Sanders / with Inti Hernandez / Landgoed Anningahof, Hessenweg 9, 8028 PA Zwolle >

2014 Zii-prrrih / Hans Waanders – Martin Brandsma / Galerie Wit, Hamelakkerlaan 38, 6703 EK Wageningen

2014 Talking Photography – PRICCA practice / curator and moderator: Andrea Stultiens / with Jellie Klaster, Marijn Nijssen, Ahmet Polat, Roy Villevoye, Dirk Jan Visser / Academy Minerva for Fine Arts & Design, Praediniussingel 59, 9711 AG Groningen >

2014 Prospects & Concepts – Mondriaan Fonds / curator: Mirjam Westen / Art Rotterdam, Van Nelleweg 1, 3044 BC Rotterdam

2013 Verboden landschap – Absent / curators: Sibylle Eimermacher, Oscar Lourens and Jeroen Glas / Guestroom – G.A.N.G., Koningsweg 23A, 6816 TD Arnhem

2012 Invest III research and visualization – Artistic researchers and PHD researchers / curator: Gert Wijlage / with Paula Albuquerque, Ingeborg Entrop, Daniela de Paulis, Andrea Stultiens / SHMAK, Venestraat 88, 9402 GP Assen

2012 Splendid isolation / curator: Johan Deumens / with Annesas Appel, Marlies Appel, Kasper Andreasen, Anett Frontzek, Richard Long, Alicja Werbachowska / Johan Deumens Gallery, Gabriel Metsustraat 8, 1071 EA Amsterdam

2012 Identities / Kunstruimte Hiemstra, Oosterwoldseweg 17, 8421 RR Oldeberkoop

2012 Ernstig Geschikt! – Gallery Plaatsmaken – G.A.N.G. / curators: Hans Jungerius, Rob Groot Zevert / Showroom Arnhem, Langstraat 20, 6811 JL Arnhem

2012 Inside out-Outside in III / curator: Han Steenbruggen / Belvedere Museum, Oranje Nassaulaan 12, 8448 MT Heerenveen

2012 Best of Graduates / curator: Radek Vana / Ron Mandos Gallery, Prinsengracht 282, 1016 HJ Amsterdam

Presentations:

2022 Archives of absence, archives of presence – From the archives of absence, archives of presence / Stevender, Sibylle Eimermacher / Enter Artspace, Montanagade 27, DK-8000, Aarhus, Denemarken

2022 Archives of absence, archives of presence / Antwerp Art Weekend / BOOOOOKS, Sint- Vincentiusstraat 24, 2018, Antwerpen

2022 De verschillige blik / ARTisBOOK, Westerhavenstraat 14,9718 AL, Groningen >

2019 Printing Plant Art Book Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery, Looiersgracht 60, 1016 VT Amsterdam

2018 Printing Plant Art Book Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery, Looiersgracht 60, 1016 VT Amsterdam

2018 Wiels Art Book Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery, Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Van Volxemlaan 354, 1190 Vorst, België

2017 BABE / Johan Deumens Gallery / Arnolfini Arts, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA, Verenigd Koninkrijk

2017 Art Rotterdam / Johan Deumens Gallery / Van Nelle, Van Nelleweg 1, 3044 BC Rotterdam

2016 Book Launch Identities (Introduction by Tijs Goldschmidt) / Johan Deumens Gallery, Westerdok 782, 1013 BV Amsterdam >

2016 Amsterdam Art Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery / Museumplein Pavillions, Museumplein, Amsterdam

2015 Editions Artists’ Books Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery & CTL Presse / Waterfront New York Tunnel, 269 11th Avenue, New York NY, Verenigde Staten

2015 Wiels Art Book Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery / Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Van Volxemlaan 354, 1190 Vorst, België

2015 Amsterdam Art Fair /Johan Deumens Gallery / Kunsthal Citroën, Stadionplein 24, 1076 CM Amsterdam >

2015 LA Art Book Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery / Geffen Contemporary MOCA, 152 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012, Verenigde Staten

2014 Offprint Paris / Johan Deumens Gallery / Beaux-arts de Paris, 14 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris, Frankrijk

2014 Unseen / Johan Deumens Gallery / Westergasfabriek, Haarlemmerweg 4 1014 BE, Amsterdam

2013 Unseen / Johan Deumens Gallery, Haarlemmerweg 4 1014 BE, Amsterdam

2013 CODEX 2013 – Codex Foundation – 1st Biennial Book Fair / Johan Deumens Gallery / Craneway Pavilion, 1414 Harbour Way S, Richmond, CA 94804, Verenigde Staten

Commissions (selection): 

2108 Larix excubitor / B is for Bird / Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen

2014 Voorkomen / with Kees de Haan van Jong architecten / Prinsentuin – Fries Museum, Leeuwarden

Nominations and grants (selection):

2018 IJsvogel Fonds (Vogelbescherming Nederland) / Rob Goldbach Publicatiefonds (Sovon Vogelonderzoek Nederland) for De verschillige blik

2018 Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds for Lateralization en Personalities

2018 Nomination BB/BTO Best Bird Book of the Year for Identities

2018 Mondriaan Fonds / Provincie Drenthe / Stichting Cultuurfonds Westerveld for Archives of absence, archives of presence

2017 Nomination and honourable mention Vredeman de Vries Vormgevingsprijs, for Identities

2017 Foundation Lucie Burgers for Comparative Behaviour Research for Lateralization en Personalities

2017 Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds for Identities

2013 Mondriaan Fonds Startstipendium-Werkbijdrage Jong Talent

2012 Nomination and shortlist Ron Mandos Young Blood Award

Talks/Interviews/Media (selection):

2022 De wereld als dierentuin; waarnemen tot kunst verheven / Moderator: Kees Foekema / Speakers: Tijs Goldschmidt, Thijs de Zeeuw, Gemma Venhuizen, Martin Brandsma / An evening in cooperation with Singel Publishers focusing on Tijs Goldschmidt’s new publication ‘Wolven op het ruiterpad’ / De Balie, Kleine-Gartmanplantsoen 10, 1017 RR, Amsterdam

2016 De Kijkclub / with Hans Aarsman, Maartje den Breejen, Nienke Denekamp, Carel Helder and Claudia Sola / Torpedo Theater, Amsterdam

2014 Talking Photography / with Andrea Stultiens, Marijn Nijssen, Roy Villevoye and Dirk Jan Visser / Pricca Practice, Minerva Art Academy, Groningen

2014 BCP / with Jeanine Abbring / NPO 2 / Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden

Publications / Articles / Reviews / Posters (selection):

2022 Dutch Birding / Siberische Noordelijke klapekster in Nuenen in november 1909 / with Justin J.F.J. Jansen, Peter de Knijff, Pepijn Kamminga and Reuven Yosef

2022 Wolven op het ruiterpad, Hoe een man een vogel wordt / Tijs Goldschmidt / Uitgeverij Athenaeum

2021 Nature Today / Is een klapekster links- of rechtshandig? / Aaldrik Pot

2018 Het Boek der Natuur / Henk Woudsma, Cees de Boer / CBK Groningen

2018 Kunstzaken / Schering en inslag van kunst en wetenschap / Katalin Herzog  

2018 L’Ornithologue / review: Identities / Walter Belis

2018 A tale of two tails: asymmetry in Great Grey Shrikes (Lanius excubitor) / Avian Research / with Reuven Yosef, Anne Maria Kubika and Piotr Tryjanowski 

2018 British Birds (January 2018 volume III) / review: Identities / Stephen Menzie

2017 Ornithos (vol. 24/283) / Analyse bibliographique: Identities / Norbert Lefranc

2017 De Moanne (jaargang 16/6) / Vredeman De Vries Vormgevingsprijs, Special Publication

2017 Alauda (jaargang 85/2) / Bibliographie: Identities / Norbert Lefranc

2017 Noorderbreedte (jaargang 41/2) / In de huid van het dier / Jurgen Tiekstra

2017 Poster Handleiding voor fixaties #1 (Manual for fixations #1) / Kunstruimte Galerie Block C, Groningen / Hansje van Halem

2016 Magazine It Fryske Gea winter 2016-2017 / De klapekster als venster op de wereld / Amber Boomsma

2016 NRC Handelsblad (Supplement Wetenschap / Hoe een man een vogel wordt / Tijs Goldschmidt

2015 De Volkskrant (Supplement Vrijdag Kunstdag) / Ekstercode – Elke vogel heeft eigen streepjescode / Caspar Janssen

2015 Challenge series Winter – Birding Frontiers / Grey Shrikes / Martin Gartner

2015 Catalogus Dutch artist’s books in an international context, Nederlandse kunstenaarsboeken in een internationaal perspectief / Rein Jelle Terpstra en Henk Woudsma / Academy Minerva, Groningen

2014 The Northern Shrike Lanius borealis sibiricus Bogdanov, 1881 (Aves: Laniidae) in Ukraine: a taxonomic assessment, Svetlana U. Tajkova & Âroslav A. Red’kin, Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series Vol. 183 (8): 89-107

2014 Bekking & Blitz / I am not doing anything until I feel the need / Joanneke Meester

2014 De Arbeiderspers / Het verlangen naar Klapekster / Koos van Zomeren

2014 De Nieuwe Veluwe / zii-prrrih: Vogels nader bekeken / Manon Berendse

2014 Catalogus Prospects & Concepts / Mondriaan Fonds, Amsterdam

2014 Groene Amsterdammer / Werken in een kunstfabriek/ Roos van der Lint

2014 Bionieuws / Tussen kunst en klapekster / Bas Leenknegt

2013 Natuur.orioles / Klapeksters; alle schoonheid op een stokje / Gerald Driessens

2013 Tubelight / Vieze knietjes / Lise Lotte ten Voorde

2012 Catalogus Inside out-Outside in / Belvedere Museum, Heerenveen

2012 Friesch Dagblad / Klapekster brengt wetenschap met een persoonlijk onderzoek samen / Marije Bouman

2012 Trouw (Supplement de Verdieping) / Elke klapekster zijn eigen portret / Rob Buiter

2012 Leeuwarder Courant (Supplement Freed) / Klapeksterobservaties / Harald Klinkenberg

Artist’s books:

Brandsma, M., De verschillige blik, 2022Materials: Box: white intercote cardboard, black, grey and red paper and a digital e-book, Size Box: 335 x 248 x 100 mm, Edition: 30, Price: € 335, excluding VAT / digital: www.deverschilligeblik.nl / Description: notes of personalities from Zuidoost-Friesland, Zuidwest-Drenthe en Noordwest-Overijssel 

Brandsma, M., Van der Til, J., Book XXXIX, 2020 / Description: Open Book on Facebook and Instagram

Brandsma, M., Eimermacher, S., From the archives of absence archives of presence, 2019, Materials: 4 sheets & booklet, full colour (HP Indigo 7900), Size: 297 x 210 cm, Edition: 10, stamped numbers, Price: € 120,- including VAT, Published, June 2019, on the occasion of NO TODO ~ NIET ALLES, an exhibition in an archival box that belonged to the archive of Ulises Carrión, curated by Inez Piso at Johan Deumens Archive in Amsterdam >

Brandsma, M., Eimermacher, S., Archives of absence, archives of presence, 2018, Texts: Katalin Herzog, Tijs Goldschmidt, Materials: Cover: Silkscreen print on grayboard, 2 pergamine bags with 14 pictures included, Booklets: 4 , full color, 40 pages, size: 310×240 mm, Edition: 80, stamped numbers, Price: € 80 euro,- including VAT >

Brandsma, M., Identities, 2016, Text: Tijs Goldschmidt, Translation: Sherry Macdonald, Materials: Hardcover with grey linen with silver foil-stamp, 120 pages, Size: 160 x.345 mm, Edition: 500, Price:€ 30,- excluding VAT / Description: ISBN 978-91609-09-1- Identities is a collection of morphological drawings of one hundred fifty-two different Great Grey Shrikes from fifty-seven areas in the Dutch provinces of Friesland and Drenthe. These are detailed illustrations that are displayed in a standardised layout. The basis of the work Identities is partly scientific; firstly there is the fundamental phrasing of the underlying question: can individual Great Grey Shrikes be recognized on the basis of their outward appearance? Secondly both in the field as in the studio a standardized procedure takes place: the structure is created by means of through observation of the variations in outer characteristics and this is manifested further by the resulting standardized profiles.

Brandsma, M., Threat Display, 2016, Materials: Softcover with singer stitch on the back, 56 pages full color, Size: 195 x 245 mm, Edition: 100, Price: € 52,- excluding VAT / Description: The book Threat Display shows collected photographs of guards according to terms of behaviour from the Handbook of the Birds of Europe, the Middle East and North Africa; Vol VII (Flycatchers to Shrikes) by S. Cramp and C.M. Perrins. In the chapter ‘Social pattern and behavior of the Great Grey Shrike (Lanius excubitor)’ the author uses the term Threat Display: a display behaviour common for birds involved in defense of territory, often resulting in the retreat of the threatened birds, so avoiding direct conflict. The Latin word excubitor is given to the Shrike by Linnaeus, meaning watchman, sentinel or guard. A guard is a person posted at a given spot to prevent the passage of unauthorized persons or defending a specific place. Threat Display offers a biological view on the postures of guards and places it in a behavioural context >

Brandsma, M., Pruiksma, S., transmettre le chant de la pie-grièche grise, 2014, Materials: CD with poster, Size:140 x 125 mm, Edition: 25, Price:€ 45, excluding VAT / Description: The idea is derived from the book ‘Dictionary of the grey shrike and southern grey shrike’ (2010) where Brandsma collect, in alhabetical order, the calls of the Great Grey Shrikes (Lanius excubitor) from different bird books. The calls from the book are returned to the original sound by ‘pitching’ the spoken words 34x. The result gives an impression of how they heard and passed by the observers.

Brandsma, M., BCP (Black Code Project), 2014, Materials: Box (ICN quality nr.3/11)with 198 prints* on Oxford, FSC Mix Credit (acid free) 200 gr., Size: 430x350x60 mm. size: 430x350x60 mm, Edition: 7, Price of each: € 3.400 excl. 6 % BTW. / Description: BCP which stands for Black Code Project’ includes about 198 drawings of the tail feathers of the tail of a Great Grey Shrike that are located in several Dutch Natural History Museum collections. Brandsma draws the tails of the birds systematically. With its almost scientific collection he unlocks the relationship between appaerance, biodiversity and identity. He also pay attention to issues that concern not only the animal world but also that of human beings. Our identity is increasingly constructed and registered on the basis of printing, bar codes and biometrics. Text by Mirjam Westen, Museum for Modern Art, Arnhem / Scientists discovered this project; they found ‘data’ in the feathers about the condition of the individual shrikes: whether they are strong, weak, young or old.  According to Dr. Reuven Yosef from the Ben-Gurion University in Negev, Israël, Dr. Piotr Tryjanowski and PhD student Anna Kubicka from the Life Science University of Poznan, Poland, something can be learned from the feather patterns about the fitness of the birds and even about sexual selection for Great Grey Shrikes. This has to do with the degree of symmetry of the patterns, combined with data about the speed at which the feathers grow. The more symmetry, the fitter the bird, and the greater its chances of reproductive success, is in any event what I picked up from this. Dr. Reuven Yosef applies his ptilochronological research on the same individual Great Grey Shrikes which I observed and drawn in the BCP. Ptilochronology is a cost effective tool for determining the nutritional condition of birds. The technique uses the daily growth of feathers to decipher diet and habitat quality as well as contaminant load. The growing bars are best seen under very good lightning conditions.Dr. Reuven Yosef wanted to investigate if there is a coherence between the results of his ptilochronological research and the symmetric / asymmetric patterns of the BCP. Anna Kubicka provides assistence by using Tps dig 2 program to measure these patterns with landmarks >

Brandsma, M., auf hoher warte, 2013, Materials: Softcover, black white (color print), Size: 20,2 x 12,6 cm, Edition: 50, Price:€ 45, excl. 6% VAT.  / Description: Brandsma combines collected images and his own photographs of trees and belvederes. The book offers an approach on images of ‘viewpoints’ through a suggestion of coherence and sequence in the assemblage of images >

Brandsma, M., Systema mutatis, 2012, Materials: Sofcover, 37 p., Size: 202 x 126 mm, Edition: printing on demand, Price:€ 32, excl. VAT  / Description: A book charting the evolution of the Lanius excubitor name; on each page there is a portrait of a biologist and / or a scholar and underneath this the name that ‘they’ had given and the date when this took place. The book starts with Carl Linneaus and ends with Lars Svensson >

Brandsma, M., T5, 2012, Materials: Hardcover 23 prints on transparant paper in passe partout, Size: 31 x 21 cm, Edition: 5 + 2 A.P, Price: € 1250,- excluding VAT >

Brandsma, M., Meeting east, 2012, Materials: Grey white paper in transparant envelope, Size: 100 x 290 mm, envelope, 109 x 155 mm, Edition: 50, Price: € 10,- excluding VAT / Description: It gives a place, time and date of/ for a meeting. It is a translation of the work meeting number 13 by Jonathan Monk >

Brandsma, M., kwieht, 2011, Materials: Softcover, 316 p. full colour, Size: 24,8 x 19,6 cm, Edition: 25, Price: € 290, excluding VAT / Description: This book shows a database of 154 observations of Great Grey Shrikes who had lost their way and have been sighted in countries where they rarely appear. These observations of “digressions” have been collected from various scientific sources dating from 1890 tot the present day. An observation consists of a date and a location. For each sighting the artist chose a postcard that corresponds to the time and location observed. By the addition of a postcard the data gains a different significance >

Brandsma, M., 11 Favourite Spots, 2011, Materials: Boxed in a black cassette portfolio including 11 photographs on silver bromide paper with frontispiece equipped with a perforation, Size: 22,0 x 16,0 cm, Edition: 1 + 1 A.P Sold out >

Brandsma, M., Steps how a human can become a Great Grey Shrike, 2010, Materials: Text on paper, 80 gr, Size: 29,6 x 21 cm, Edition: 8 / Description: Print on white A4 paper with instructions on how the reader can transform into a Great Grey Shrike in 11 steps.

Brandsma, M., Dictionary of the Great Grey Shrike and Southern Grey Shrike, 2010, Materials: book, hardcover of linen, 96 p., Size:  20,7 x 14,9 cm, Edition: 3, Price:€ 450, excl. 6% VAT. Sold out. / Description: A dictionary containing the calls and song of Shrike arranged in alphabetical order; the words originate from various literary sources and languages >

Collections:

Artis University Library, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München, Germany

Bibliothèque Kandinsky, Musée Georges Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

Brokken Zijp Foundation of Modern and Contemporary Art, Liempde, NL 

Chelsea College of Art, London, United Kingdom

Co en Lilian Seegers Collection Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

Collection John Snijders, Durham, United Kingdom

Collection Pieter en Marieke Sanders, Haarlem, The Netherlands

Collection Erik Kessels, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Collection Marinus Augustijn, Groningen, The Netherlands

Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, The Netherlands 

MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York, United States of America

NYPL, New York Public Library, New York, United States of America

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Triodos Bank, Zeist, The Netherlands

Yale University, Haas Arts Special Collections Library, New Haven, CO, United States of America

Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen – Museum für Moderne Kunst Wesenburg, Bremen, Germany